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Miller Vision Specialties is located on Lawndale Dr in Greensboro, NC

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Eye Exams and Eye Care in Greensboro, NC

choosing new glassesFrom our office in northwest Greensboro, Miller Vision Specialties serves North Carolina’s Triad area. With four generations of optometrists in the family, our eye doctors take your eye health very seriously. We provide comprehensive eye exams for the enitre family, contact lens fittings, designer eyeglasses and sunglasses.

One of our specialties is pediatric eye care. We are very focused on vision related learning disabilities and can help you find the right solutions for your child. Vision therapy can be provided at our Greensboro office.

Call our office to schedule an appointment today. If you have a moment, please give us your feedback about our site and your experiences with Miller Vision Specialties.

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Focus on Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is a non-surgical treatment for visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes and vision-related learning disabilities.

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Focus on Contact Lenses

Whether you wear daily, weekly or monthly disposables, or conventional (vial) lenses, check out our selection of lenses that fit your needs.

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Common signs of allergies include: red, swollen, tearing or itchy eyes; runny nose; sneezing; coughing; difficulty breathing; itchy nose, mouth or throat, and headache from sinus congestion.

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Focus on Pediatric Vision

Vision-related learning disabilities can cause children to struggle with comprehension, math, reading and sports to name a few.

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What Our Patients Say

Q&A with Dr. Miller

Dr. Miller Answers Your Eyecare Questions

Are the results from Vision Therapy permanent or must there be constant therapy?

Once the patient has completed a vision therapy program, the newly learned visual skills are permanently embedded in the brain. It is a neuro-muscular rehabilitative process where deficient visual skills are strengthened and improved. Learn more about vision therapy.

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Miller Vision will open at 10:00AM on Wednesday December 12th.